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Country 18/03/2019

Fast Tracking Sister Duo Wild Fire Just Released New Pop Country Single On March 15, 2019

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Their music is fresh, their lyrics poignant, and their stage presence beyond their years. School girls, sisters, who write and perform their own material are moving ahead fast. Kelli is in eighth grade and Kayla is in tenth. They present an incredible show that talent buyers nationwide are interested in booking for their theme parks, festivals, and summer holiday spots. In addition the sisters found time to fit in the recording of their latest single titled "Billboard Sign" at Nashty Studios in Encino, California. Below is their 2018 video release that has racked up over 65,000 views on YouTube since its release in the fall. The song is titled "Cure" and it's their original song written by the girls along with nationally noted songwriter Kirsti Manna. In fact Wild Fire received the coveted Female Vocalist of the Year Award within the Young Adult category at the 2018 Josie Music Awards. Enjoy "Cure" (left) filmed at Michael Mikulka's Lucky Run Studios in Houston, Texas.






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